If you’re an aspiring artist, you should know about Young Arts. As Ava tells us, it’s helped thousands of creative teens become even more creative.
In Christin’s “Make the Grade” report find out how talking to yourself could help you study.
The National Mall in Washington DC is the site of memorials honoring some of the most important people – and events – in our nation’s history. One of these memorials is dedicated to the millions of Americans who served in the world’s biggest war. Sebastian gives us a tour of the WWII Memorial.
Reed gives us some tips on how to deal with test anxiety.
Chloe tackles a question that has been puzzling people for a long time – what to do with plastic bags.
Whether from drinking alcohol or using any type of drugs, driving “under the influence” is dangerous. And the National Road Safety Foundation wants you to remember that.
In “What’s in a Name” Veronique tells us about the legacy of Levi Strauss.
For weeks now we’ve been telling you that this is a very important season for Teen Kids News. We’ve now been on the air for 20 years. Over that time, 9 teens have sat in the anchor chair. This week we take a look back with former anchor, Jessica.
In “Art Smart” William tells us all about how a color war resulted in the famous painting Gainsborough Blue Boy.